Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Make mine red...



actually, Merlot is my beverage, Merlot and sangria. I have yet to try and make sangria at home even though I've collected a couple of recipes. To be honest, it seems time consuming and an awful lot of work for something that's not gonna last too long.
This was from the same photo outing the May 4 post was from. I never got around to finishing it. As with the others, this is HDR.

8 comments:

Karen S. said...

What a great shot of their grounds....and the house is very lovely...absolutely cool colors....and I can bet the wine is tasty!

Anonymous said...

What is Sangria if I may ask???
Guess you like to cook things which gets cooked easily!
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Elizabeth Grimes said...

I prefer white...then again I'm not too picky!

T. Becque said...

Pretty area! Love the sign proclaiming what's important!

S. Etole said...

Looks like a great place to visit.

lynne h said...

Oh make mine Merlot too.. and Sangria I gave up when I worked @ Club Med..too many headaches:-)

Beautiful grounds there..

lynne h said...

Oh make mine Merlot too.. and Sangria I gave up when I worked @ Club Med..too many headaches:-)

Beautiful grounds there..

Maxi Gasparri said...

hey bro! you can make tasty sangrĂ­a just by mixing wine (in spain we normally use the cheapest tetrapack wine) with orange/fruit juice and some sugar (pieces of fruit optional to make it fancy). also, another spanish drink is "calimocho" (or in original basque, "kalimotxo") is made mixing half red wine and half coke. ;) el maxi (maxigasparri.blogspot.com)